Geez… it’s almost This weekend already.
My life is slowing down a little in the past week. I’ve been able to take things a little easier, smell the roses… oh, wow, and last weekend I went to The Circus in SL New England. It was a small, private party for residents and their guests and what a great way to become acquainted with neighbors. The circus was setup on an island on the Cape Poge sim.
Those who’ve seen my post about Marcy Wilson’s 6th rez day will not be surprised to learn that Sommer Shepherd was involved in this circus. I didn’t ask but I have a feeling she went into her amazing inventory and pulled out circus tents, animals, trapeze and all types of circus equipment.
For those not familiar with this type of party, the main idea is to involve guests in “the show” where they become the entertainment. If you’ve ever wanted to juggle or ride an elephant or walk a tightrope, that’s what this is all about. This is the way a party should be!
This was our first Circus event in SL New England. It’s the kind of thing that could easily become a tradition and I hope it does. Many of the SLNE neighbors were there including Sudane, Sommer, Jeanne, Ceorl, Chad, Marcy, Leanna and me and others (sowwy I didn’t get everyone’s name).
My boat ride over to the event was a lot of fun. The special freedom you feel by being able to boat over to events like this or to the township at Marblehead, makes our region a unique place to live. The ability to navigate all the way to the Blake Sea is an even greater freedom.
If you aren’t a resident of this region or one of the nearby regions, I think you’d be surprised at this sense of community and freedom. This must be true because you’ll rarely find full sims for sale here. There are a few lots, but the entire eastern Blake Sea is a huge and very popular place to live.